Romain Thieffry, one of four partners in the business, joins us for a chat.
The coalition will work with partners to create a digital “badging system.”
The companies, however, remained 50-50 partners in the website.
At first and even second glance, this may seem an impossible collection of partners.
Google pays us for running its partners' ads on our blogs and podcast sites; Microsoft pays us to buy stuff from its partners.
Mr. Blake and his partners were all active members of the Liberal Party.
We shall have whispering time enough, you know, since we are partners.
partners are drawn for as at Whist, the player drawing the highest card leading.
He had joined the army of men who have killed their partners.
His thoughts were with his partners in the enterprise, and he trembled as he thought of their comments.
c.1300, altered from parcener (late 13c.), from Old French parçonier "partner, associate; joint owner, joint heir," from parçon "partition, division. portion, share, lot," from Latin partitionem (nominative partitio) "a sharing, partition, division, distribution" (see partition (n.)). Form in English influenced by part (n.). The word also may represent Old French part tenour "part holder."
1610s, transitive, "to make a partner," from partner (n.). Intransitive sense from 1961. Related: Partnered; partnering.